Wen Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner Review


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When I first ordered from QVC I bought Fall Apple Spice the fall seasonal, which I absolutley adored! When QVC offered the 5 pack of 16oz conditioners of the seasonals for only $90 as a Today Special Value (TSV). I knew I had to get it. Thank God for easy pay!!! Click down below to see how I liked the Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner!

What it promises:

What is it: Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner is the newest addition to the WEN seasonal line of products. With a hint of cranberry and mint, this universal formula is the perfect cleanser for the winter months.

Who is it for: Anyone looking to simplify their hair care routine. This one product replaces your shampoo, conditioner, deep conditioner, and detangler.

Why is it different: Chaz Dean designed WEN Cleansing Conditioner from the ground up. It cleanses gently, and the universal formula is the perfect cleanser for all hair types and textures.

How do I use it: Apply Cleansing Conditioner to scalp and hair per the label directions, adding a splash of water to evenly distribute. Massage thoroughly into hair and leave on for the remainder of your shower. Rinse thoroughly and completely. Apply 1/2 to 1 pump depending on hair length and texture as a leave-in conditioner to soaking wet hair. For best results, it is suggested that you cleanse, rinse, and repeat, using half the pumps for the first cleanse, and the remaining half for the second cleanse.

From WEN by Chaz Dean.

What I found:My friend from my previous review of fall apple spice, here, recieved her Winter Cranberry Mint before me and said it smelt so good! I was beyond excited to recieve it since she said she loved it! Winter Cranberry Mint was the first bottle of 5 that I openned.

My first sniff of this I loved it. It smelled so christmasy it was perfect. It has a strong cranberry scent which is just sweet and lovely, the mint is just a hint. I feel that this scent it spot on and perfect! I do have to admit the scent is super strong. When I was my hair with it the scent lasts all day! Which is great! It’s not an overpowering scent just a subtle scent, that I only smell it when I sniff my hair.

As for the moisture punch? Not so much. I personally prefer Fig and Lavender because they are super strength moisurizing. I do like the cranberry mint but it’s not as moisturizing as I would hope it to be. Yet at the same time this is an universal scent so it doesn’t want to be too heavy for those who haven’t beaten up their hair like I did. I didn’t expect it to be as moisturizing as Fig and Lavender are. 

When I use this I have to make sure I either use oil on my ends or some type of leave-in conditioner. My hair is also super dry AND damaged on the ends so normal non-hair-beater-uppers can use this without the need to put something else in their hair.

Just look how shiny my hair is! It looks so healthy!! 


  • Smells delisious! 
  • Sulfate Free
  • Hair is so muh healthier when I use it.
  • One stop clean and condition.


  • Pricey as hell! Woah Momma!

VERDICT: Now while this isn’t as moisturizing as I hope it would be, nor did it promise to be, I will still recommend this. It’s a great wintery scent! But hurry now and get it before it’s too late! Still on sale on QVC until March 1st!!! It’s currently only $29 for a 16oz cleansing conditioner! 

Have you guys tried Wen before? Love it hate it? Tell me about it! 

Check out my other Wen review to find the best pick for you! 
Fall Apple Spice  Cleansing Conditioner- This has my review, Before and After photos. My Friend’s Before and After photos as well.

Winter Cranberry Mint Cleansing Conditioner
Lavender Cleansing Conditioner 

Fig Cleansing Conditioner

Fig Replenishing Mist  

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